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New Shoes? It takes a deal of moral courage for some folks to buy new shoes. Stiff soles and unyielding upper leath? ers sometimes bring serious foot troubles in their wake. To many new shoes mean torment for a week or more. The Look for thw Red Bell on the Box. Southern Girl 82.00 Shoe 92*50 with the sole made flexible, is a positive relief for tired and tortured feet. It is as pliable as an old shoe from the very first. It is as stylish as any shoe you ever saw. The top and vamp are of soft kid but tough as horse? hide. We've taken out all the stiffness. We've left in all the wear and all the style. See this shoe at Ihe Craddock agency in your town. Made in all styles and patterns?slippers?pumps? lace and button hoots. CRADDOCK-TERRY CO.. LYNCHBURG. VA. ty & \y Norfolk &Westerr gCHKDULK IH KFFKCT. Hit 14, 1911 LEAVE BUENA VISTA 2.20 p.m.?For Bristol and Intertued ate stations. Pullman sleeper to Koa? noke. Parlor car Roanoke to Bristol Connects at Roanoke with St. Lou: Exnrena for all points West. Pullraai Sleeper Roanoke to Columbus, and Ctn ctnnatl Cafe Car. 7.06 a.oi.?For Roauoke, Hluefleld Pocahoutaa, Norton, Winston Siilonj Charlotte, Welch and intertnedlat stations. Pullman Sleeper to (.-"ar j Cafe Dining Car couneeti- at Ro?inok with Memphis Special for Chattauoogt Nashville, Memphis. 1.57 p.m.?For Ha?eretown, Phil, delphi*. Ne* Yodc. Pullman -Meepei via Hatreratown for Harrls'-urg, Phill delphla and New York. 9.15 p.m.?For Baneratown.Phila.ie phla and New York,Pullman Sleeper I Philadelphia, Cafe Car. Rates, time tables aud Informatlo cheerfully furnished upon applieatlc to Agent N. A W. Ry. W B. BEV1LL. Gen- Pana. Agt. Roanoke, Va. Jan. 13 ou M. F. BRAtiG, Ti uv. Pats. Ag THE Baltimore America Established 1773 The Daily America Terms by Mail, Postage Prepaid Daily, oat month.' Daily anil Sunday, one mont li. Daily, three month*. Daily an J Sunday, three months. i Daily, six months. i Daily and Sunday, six months. Daily, one year . Daily, with Sunday edition, one year. Sunday edition, one year. The Twice-a-Week American Tha Cheapest and Best Fain Newspaper Published. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YKAR Six Months, $o Cents. THE TWICE-A-WEEK AMERICAN is | lib tied in i.w> issues. Tuesday and Friday tn ni(s, with the news of the week in compact sh lt also contains interesting* special corresp. ence, enterlaining romances, good poetry, 1 matter ot general interest and fresh inis.ee! suitable !..r the home circle A careful1)- ed Agricultmal Department and full and reli Financial and Market Reports are special tures. Entered at the postoffice at Baltimore, Md second .lass matter April is, 1004. Apr. 3 HOLLISTER'S Hocky Mountain Tia Muggi A Busy Medicine for Bus? People. Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vioot A specific for Constipation, Indi*re*ition, I mn-. K.4ney troubles. Pimple.., Kc/rina, lui IlliMnJ, Hud 1-rcalii, silistria.!! Bowels, Head ? nd Backache. I ts Rocky Mounts tn Tea in let form, 35 cents a box. (lenulne mad Hoi.uaTBS Daua Coxtaiii Madison, Wis. <aOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEC Foley Pills What They Will Do for Y< They will cure your backai strengthen your kidneys, rect urinary irregularities, b up the -worn out tissues, eliminate the excess uric I that causes rheumatism. ] vent Bright's Disease and I bates, and restore health strength. Re'uae substiti B. H. SORRELL AFFECTATION. Affectation has been niel to ruin a (ace quicker than smallpox. Its effect on character is even worse. We always suffn (or wishing to ap? pear other than we are. whether it be richer or greater or more leant*ecL The mask soon becomes an instru? ment of torture. A Militant Grouch. "How do you feel this morning?" "Grouchy. But please uuderstai one thing." "What la that?" "1 don't care a rap whether you ay pathl/.i* with me or not."?Blrmlnghi Ai.'--ll-.riild. Bilby won't auffer five minuter- wi croup if you apply Dr. Thomas' El? trie- Oil at once*. It acts like magic. An Impossibility. Patience?Did you ever try count! tea before speaking? Patrice? Yea; tried lt once, but 1 can't do lt I'.-Rulate* the bowels, promotes et natural movements, cures oonstipatl ?Doan'e Hegulets. Ask your drug* for them. U,">o. a hoi. Dyad Furs. Dyed furs will retain their cc longer than akkis which have not b dyed. Bablea don't mind cold or take c. f.Uept well wlch Dr. P.thriiey's Tec ling Syrup. (Jet lt anywhere. Sam free._ Train or Wife? "What'a your hurry, old man? early yet: the night ls young." f one at the amoker. "I know," said the suburbanite, " my wife ls sitting up for me, and miss the last train I shall catch lt Ladles' Home Jouraal. A Guaranteed Cure For Piles Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Port rm Piles. Druggist are authorized to fund money If PASO OINTME falls to oure in 6 to 14 days. Boos and Wasps. About 4,500 speclea of wild beea known and about 1.100 apeclea wasps. Dr. Fatarney's Teething Syrup forms to the Pure Pood aud Drug Each bottle guaranteed. Bain pie Grapes and Wino. Most people think white grapes n white wine and dark gropes make wine, lt ls a popular error. Ited * la made by fermenting grape Juice grape skins together, and white ' la made by fermenting grape ; alone. Ml :he, cor. uild and acid "Doan's Ointment oured me of ma that had annoyed me a long < The cure was permanent.'"?Hoi VV. Matthews, Commissioner L Statistics, Augusta, Me. Har Awful Saar*4. --Tea." said Little Btnks, "Mlaal ter la a handsome woman, bat i times when I look at ber abe i to.me like a woman who baa a ble aecret/' "8he has." said Whlbley. "I was sure of lt," aald Little 1 "Have you any Idea what it lat" ?Yee," aald Whlbley; "ahVa eight yearn old."?Harper's Week P. 8. Uextord, 615 New Yorl Bldg., Kansas City, Mo., says: ' a aevere attack of a cold which s p__ J in my buck apd kidneys and I * great pain from my trouble. A recommended Foley Kidney Pills used two bottles of them and tha; done me a world ot good." B. H rall. Dla. and itea. GASOLINE HEATED BROODER. One Holdin-j Twa Hundred Chick* May Be Made by Any Farmer For ?36.60. A gasoline heated colony brooder like the one pictured here, holding 200 chickens, can be made complete. In eluding labor, at a coat of $3?.?n. or 188 cente per chicken, naya the Coun? try Gentleman. The bouse ls eight feet aqua re. Inside floor measure, and ?Ix feet six Inches high. The floor ellis are of 2 by 12 Inch stock cut eight feet long. An opening 9V4 by 12Vs Inches must be cut In tbe rear alli to admit tbe burner box. Tbe floor should. If tbe bouse la to be used in winter, be doable. In band? ing the subfloor use rough, cheap lam? ber and lay diagonally to stiffen tbe building; then orer a layer of building paper the finished top floor ls laid, which should be of a good grade ot matched and .planed lamber. The studs are now pot np. These together with the plates and rafters ?re made of 2 by 2 Inch clear hemlock ?tock. Tbe studs are placed flash witt tbe outer edge of the floor. The raft nt th caoea sri-noN or a shaped co-cos Hocs-r, saowi-go roamoa or wu, no*. CAROLIN* CAN, PIPS ANO HEATEB BC IH BEAU. ers are nailed to the rtdgebonrd b fore putting them In place, and the the boarding ls pat on. The boan are put on horizontally when the hou ls covered with paper and are plact to overlap the floor foar Inches. Tl building ls Inclosed with seven-eight! Inch matched siding, planed on oi side, which is turned In. The boar for the sides and roof are cut in eig foot lengths and the ends boarded vt Mcally, thus using sixteen foot sto without waste. Tbe chick outlet ls made through trapdoor cut in the floor at the ed of the front runner and at tlie ou* edge of a middle 2 by 4 Inch Joist, runway with cleats, supported at 1 upper end of the 2 by 4 Joist, leads the ground at the edge of the hou The back of this runway ls clot with boards to keep the chicks < from under the house. Lg 1 atg on dat ?I or ten Lilli ?th [tie Ifs laid Ne Excuse For Ignorance. An aged farmer at an eltens school of agriculture recently said am glad to be able to learn so mi about farming, but lt makes me to think tbat lt comes too late in to do me any good. If I had o known these things years ago I wc have avoided so many mistakes done so much better." It may be sad to contemplate b< Ats that come too late, but lt ls i der still to think of the young i who do not try to avail themselve; knowledge that ls placed before th There la no longer auy valid ex< for Ignorance of the fundamental *j clplea of farming. Agricultural experiment stations, tension schools, institutes, bulle and papers are within reach of e~ farmer In the laud who really wi to learn. out if I Ung re ;nt are of con Law free inks red ?rlne and wine juice ecze Ime. a. 8. aboi PayrB aoraa ?eems terrl ttnks. fort-f Ay. \. Life '1 had .ettled ran tn friend andi r hara I.Qoi*. <^^*-3>$-<$--S-$'*$*-$-'W><i^^ time the farmer spend s desk and reading tabl ofton th* bast tims ef th $>&&S>4^>&&frp&&$r3r&$. General Farm Notes. A good way to avoid the credit tem ls to grow the living at home ls usually possible to grow the expensive, yet the most necessarj tides of food on the farm. At our present rate of deforest fuel and fencing materials wil very scarce within a few years, 1 waste lands In forest trees to st the timber required on the farm. Diversified farming is astipted t maa who does intensified thin The intensive thinker ls always e cess as a farmer or In auy other patton where his talents lead hie Johnson grass hay is a product will enable you to meet the de of your animals for roughage, son grass ls a splendid crop should be kept where lt is wante Keep up with your work in s and applying the manure from animals. The amount and kin food that will be available for next year will depend largely upi manure applied to the farm. Tbe flower garden and tbe lal aot add to the profits of tbe farr tbey give pleasure and contentm tbe manager and bis family, mental plants do much to endeai ?ons and daughters to tbe bornes! If yon hare not enough moist your noll to germinate fall grains tbs land ready and sow early ?pring. H-irliiK oats often yield and wben sowing can not tie d* th* fall the next best thing to ?ow in the spring. Invite the business men with you tia da to coma out to the far pay you and your family a socia The presence of the city bret will give you higher Ideals, ant country hospitality will do their This will broaden your view i aad enable you to enjoy bettw nee* r-atatloBs with city people MILLINERY Fancy Yarns. Embroidery Silks and Cottons of all kinds. Beautiful Stamped designs Stamping done at very r-'...-.oti--l...? price*-. Roane? Thread Art Linen and Handkerchief ..Linen at 60 and 75 cents. Ladies' SHORT SILK GLOVES in Black and Wbite, and Chamois, Gauze Vests. Silk Lisle Hose for ladies in Black aud Tau. CHILDRENS SOCKS, BABY CAPS, etc. B. M. HUTTON Lexington, Va., Opp. Courthouse. Commissioner's Sale Pursuant to a decree of the Cir? cuit Court of Rockbridge County, Virginia, entered on the 19th day of May, 1911, in the Chancery cause therein pending entitled John W Scott v. John l-ewis Scott's Heirs I will, on SATURDAY, THE 2*tTH DAY OB JUNE. 1911, sell at public auction in front ol thi Court House of Rockbridge County Virginia, that certain house and lo at IRaphine. Va., of which Jobi Lewis Scott, died, seized and pos sessed, upon the following terms viz.: For one-third of the purcaas money in cash and the balance in tw equal annual installments, iorwhic the purchaser will be required t execute his bonds, bearing interes from day of sale, and secured b the title of said property be'mj- rt tainod until the same are paid, an bv a sufficient amount of fire insui ance on said property, to be carrie at the cost of the purchaser. PAUL M. PENICK, Special Commission** r. I hereby certify that the bond n quired by the above mentioned d cree of sale has been executed b said Special Commissioner. R. R. WITT. Deputy Clerk. May 31-4t. *->? ter A ht* t>. se if-d .nt loU 1 ?cfc nd !lfV all ?Hill Ililli ?ne isd nen i of i'm. -use irln ex tlns rery ants !*$-??> sys !. It most '. ar a tion 1 be :-lant ?PPly 0 the klug 1 suc oecu a. : that maud Joli 11 and d. aving your in ot them >n the vn do a. but ent to Oma r your ead. ure In i have In the well. >n? lu do ls whom cn and I visit 1 men 1 your i good, of Ute r bust SALE OF REAL ESTAT Near .louth of Kerr's Creek Under authority of decrees ent< ed in the case of D. Welsh i Co. *. E. A. Johnson & Co. by the Ci rev Court of Rockbridge County, Nc 17, 1910, and May 20. 1911, the u dersigned will sell at public aucti before the Couit House in Lexie too, Virginia, on * JUNE 28, 1911, AT 12 M. all tbat tract of land embracing acres, mure or less, of which Me C. Johnson, died, seized and p sessed, and adjoining the land foi erly belonging to John S. Johns deceased. Terms:?One-third cash and 1 balance in 1 and 2 years in eq instal ments. said deferred ins ments to be evidenced by the doi of the purchaser, with interest fr date of sale, and the title of the li to be held as ultimate security. G. D. LETCHER, E. M. PENDLETON Special Commission! I certify that G. D. Letcher, C missioner, has given bonds as quired by law. Given under my hand this '3 day of January, 1911. R. R. WITT. Deputy Clerk Rocabridge Circuit Cour May 31 t d s. PUBLIC SALE OF UN Special Commissioners' Sale Public Auction By virtue authority vested in undersigned by decrees of the cuit Court of Rockbridge, entc on the l"th day of November. 1 and May 20, lull, in the Cbam cause of D. Welsh A Co. vs. E Johnson et als., they will ofTei sale at public auction to the hig bidder, at the front door of the C House, JULY 28, 1911, AT tl M. the following described real es All that certain tract of land taining 110 acres, more or les Kerr's Creek District, knowi the E. A. Johnson land which joins tbe land known as the ( son farm, and lies in the fork North River and Kerr's Ci This land has on it a Dwe House and out buildings. At same time and place of this will also be sold H acres of lam joining, being also a part ot tl A. Johnson lands?this latter be sold by E. M. Pendleton an D. Letcher. Special Commissio: TERMS OP SALE:?Oue thi purchase money cash on day of and the balance to be paid ii and two years from date of sale the deferred payments to be denced by bonds of the purch payable In one and two years date, respectively, with int from date,* and title to tbe lane be reserved as ultimate securi said deferred payments with I HUGH A. WHIT! K. M. PENDLETC Specia' Commissic I, R. R. Win. Depyty Clerk Circuit Court of Rock bridge ty, hereby certify that Uhr Wbite, one of the Commissi above, has executed the boc quired by the decree of sale mentioned. R. K. W May 31 t d a Deputy I Nature's Warning lexington Peop' Must Recognize and Hoed lt. Kidney Ills come quietly?mysteri? ously. But nature always warns you. Notice the kidney secretions. See if the color ls unhealthy It there are settlings and sediment. -Passages frequent, Beauty, painful. It's time then to use Doan's Kidney Fills. Doan's have douo great work In Lex? ington. Williams. Hlleman. Main St., lex? ington. Va., says: "I willingly recom? mend Doan's Kidney Pills in return for what they did for me. For a long time I was troubled by my kidneys failing to do their work properly. There was much weakness across my back and other symptoms of kidney complaint. Doan's Kidney Pills were so highly recommended that I obtained a oox al Gorrell's Drug Store. They were en? tirely satisfactory aud I have no hesi? tation in saying that they are an efl) clent kidney medicine." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents Foster-Milburu Co.,Buffalo,New York sole agents for the United States. Remember the name?Doan's?ant take no other. Cause Fer Speed. "Mr. Buyzen ls at the edge of a towi with some gear trouble." says the as ?Istant, turning from the telepbom "He wants us to send out there and fl the machine for him." 1 "All right, but we needn't harry. H v has paid for the machine." says tb agent "But he says he ls whiling away th time reading advertisements of oth< makes." "Tell the repair crew to dlsregat the speed laws and get out there Ix mediately."?Judge. BB irv ur., ha .13 tal ids oin md M's. j ai? re* 0th Saved His Wife's Life "My wife would have been In h grave today," writes O. H. Brown Muscadine. Ala., "if lt bad not been f Dr. Kind's New Discovery. She w down In her *>ed, not able to get i without help. She had severe bro oblal trouble and tx dreadful cough, got ber a bottle of Dr. King's N< Discovery.and she soon began to met and was well in a short time." Inti ible for coughs and colds,it's the mt reliable remedy on earth for deepen lan-; tiouble, hemorrhages, lagripi asthma, hay fever, croup and whoop] cough. 50c. fl.OO. Trial bottle fr Guaranteed by B. II. Gorrell. A German Proverb. There ls a German proverb wh ?ays that Take It Easy and Lire La are brothers. Lightning Kills Few In iv-ud lightning killed only 16U *. pie in thia whole country, iii chances of death by lightning are than two in a million. The chu nee death from liver, kidney or t-tom trouble ls vastly greatei, but ut Electric Bitters be used, as Roi Madsen of Vf eil Burlington, Ia., pi ed. Four doctors gave him up a eight months of suffering from vlru liver trouble and yellow jaundice, was then completely cured bv Elet Bitters They'ie the beot sromi liver, nerve and kidney remedy blood purifier on earth. Only 50c B. H. Gorrell's. al tbe Cir ired 910, *ery i. A. r for best ourt tate: con s, in l as ad )rbi s of ?eek. l'ing tbe sale, .1 ad? ie E. will d G. tiers, rd of sale, a one ?. and evi aser. from crest i will ty for inter !>N, mers, of the Coun h A. oners id re above ITT, Clark, Goldfish. Goldfish were first discovered In na, wheuce they were carried to rope In tbe seventeenth century. A Peek Into Bis Pocket Would show the box of Buck! Arnica Salve that K. S. Loper, a peuter, of Marilla, N. \\, always rles. "I have never had a cut, wo bruise or sore it would not soon he he writes. Greatest healer of bi Lu.1 ls, t-cald**, chapped bands aud fever, sores, sk lu eruptions, ecz corns ant' piles. 25c. at B.H. Gorii lirants Memoirs. More than $000,000 in royalties paid Mrs. V. S. Grant from the sa the "Personal Memoirs of U. S. Gn A Terrible Blunder To neglect liver trouble. Never < Take Dr. King's New Life Pills o hist sign of constipation, biliousnc Inactive bowels and prevent vin Indigestion, jaundice or gall st The) regulate liver, stomach and els and build up your health. Uni; at B. H. Gorrell's. Poor Artiste. Miss Peach?I hate rubbers, draw my feet so badly. Her EtK Such pretty models too.?Exchanj Your Neighbor's Experience How you may profit by lt. Tah lev Kidney Pills. Mrs.E. G. Wb 860 Willow St., Akron, O., says: soire time I had a very serious c kidney trouble and I suffered backaches and dizzy headaches, specks floating before my eyes i felt all tired out and miserable. Foley Kidney Pills advertised an a bottle and took them accorc directions and results showed alu once. The pain and dizzy hea* left me, my eye fight became clea today I oan say I am a well w thanks to Foley Kidney PHI*.'' Gorrell, r arm and Ourdell R ROMANCE OF THE FARM. lefc >ng le's less of adi it if :.orl ov -ter lent He itric .ch, and . at Thr** Institutions Hiv* Mad* th* Till* or Wealthy, Wis. and Con-fortabU. The story of agricultural -rducaUos a In America, like that of all .clue**, can te traced page after page la tbe greet boole of evolution, and tha ames- ** lng developmentof the Industry Ia the United States has been due to three s factors?first, the stat* agricultural col- ? leges; aecond. the national department i. of agriculture: third, the farmers' la- n otitutes. n The American u-rrlc-ultural college* lt had their beginning In a revolt against the so called classical education, but lt . was never Intended, as their eminent founder pointed out. thnt they ahould be dlssoclnted from a hrosd and liberal ? university trsining. Mr. Justin 8. Mor- -' rill, the author of the "Magna Charts of riiiah<*r Agricultural Education," 0 more thm*'on<*? stated the real purpose | of his bill, "lt ls perhaps needles* to sst thnt those colleges were not estab? lished or endowed for the sole purpose ? of teaching ngrlculture. lt was a ? liberal education that was proposed, a, Classl.nl studios were not to bs ex? cluded snd therefore must be Includ? ed.'' * The number of agricultural colleges I now established is sixty five; the pres- - ent value of their permanent funds and equipment is $100,000,000. A ie- ' cent census showed 73,813 students, with *>JM7 teachers. The rise of the United States depart? ment, of agriculture ls a romance of the last century. As far back aa tbe year 1822 a strong effort was mad* to transform the mall?soms 200 acres of land which surrounded th* capitol buildings?then practically a barren waste. Into an experiment farm In which to propagate new and rare plants. But lt was not until forty years later that the ratted 8 tat es de? partment of agriculture waa erected on the selfsame spot which had pre? viously been sought aa an experiment farm. The alpha and omega of this great organization ls the practical applica? tion of modern science to the service of the farmer. It can perhaps best be summed up *.n a homely remark of Secretary of Agriculture Wilson, who on assigning new duties to an expert aald: "Don't tell me now about your laboratories. Tell me what you are doing for the man st the plow, out In the fields, with his coat off." Then come the farmers' Institutes. These wonderful societies ara scat? tered all over America and boast a members' roll of more than a million mature men and women. Thess Insti? tutes may be defined as "societies es? tablished for tha promotion of agricul? ture among the farming population," and they came Into being In order to make the college teaching more prac? tical and more In sympathy with tbe needs of the farming community. They have proved a great success and have done much to speed forward the agri? cultural industry. Lectures are given by agricultural experts and practical farmers, and the meetings last only a day or two at most. In this work th* farmers' wives and daughters take a prominent part, and women's insti? tutes are now established all over th* United States and Canada for tbe study of household science. Chl Ku en $ car car uml, al," irrs, Ups. fina, ?H's. was le of int." lo lt. u the -8b or ilent ones, bow t 25c. They :ort? tb ;e Fo itln-a, "For ase of with I had ind 1 I sow d got ling to tost at laches x and oman, B. a. A 8ssd?r For a Few Conto. One can make a cheap seeder to drop seed behind the plow In tbe following manner: Take a tin pan that holds at least a quart. Cat a board round and a tittle larger than the pan and screw pan A to the round wood wheel ?p -j. h. Near the rim a__va_vv*^L. of pan punch In /V^-" ,J^sT some holes as far **-**rv apart as you want the seed. Have a stoppered hole In the bonrd wheel through which to pnt In seed. In cen? ter of wheel and pan make a hole to put through a bolt for the axle. Make handles and put axle bolt through at the end nnd fasten other end to plow. Let seeder run back of plow. The whole affair costs less than 25 cent*. It will drop all small seeds?cane, ulla Kaffir corn, broom corn aad all tbe like?and will do as good work as any alngle row planter except that lt will not cover the seed. Tbe next round, however, will cover lt with tb* plow Farm and Fireside. FIGHT1 Fight In darkness; fight when you are dowu; die hard, and you won't die at all.?Beecher. Tutt'sPills FOR TORPID LIVER. A torpid liver deranges the whole system, and pro-luces SICK HFAlUrHF. __ Dyspepsia* Costiveness* Rheu? matism. Sallow Skin and Piles. There ls no better remedy for these common dlseaa?? than DR. TLTT'S LIVES; PILLS, as a trial will prove. Take No Substitute.